Tate Britain Food and drink

Burns Night Celebration Dinner

plate of haggis next to bottle of whiskey in rex whistler restaurant

© Katie Wilson 

Join us for an evening exploring Scottish Artworks followed by a four course dinner

The evening will begin with a guided tour of select Scottish artworks at Tate Britain by two expert Tate Guides. In the final gallery all guests will be served a glass of Champagne Pol Roger, before we open the doors to hear Scottish Piper Rob McFarlane perform.

The haggis course will be piped in by Rob, with Head Chef Alfio Laudani before a reading of Burns famous poem An Ode To A Haggis which all guests will toast with Glenfarclas 21-Year-Old Speyside Single malt Whisky.

Guests will have the option to take the wine pairing or can order wines from the full restaurant wine list. There will also be a selection of Scottish Single Malt & Blended Whisky to enjoy on the evening.


Cullen Skink
poached smoked Scottish haddock, creamy saffron soup, leeks, potatoes, mussels
2014 Fromenteau Gris ‘Vu par Isabelle’ (organic) Domaine Josmeyer

Haggis, Neeps & Tatties
2015 Beaune 1er Cru 'Les Epenottes', Domaine Drouhin
Piping of the Haggis by Piper Rob & Toast with Glenfarclas 21-Year-Old Whisky

Venison Wellington
salt baked celeriac puree, red cabbage, game sauce
2014 Cabernet Franc, Robert Sinskey Vineyards

Trio of Scottish Cheese
Isle of Mull Cheddar, Lanark Blue, Clava Brie
2013 Tokaji 5 Puttonyos, Grand Tokaji

Jing Tea & Tate Coffee with Scottish Tablet

For this special evening we are delighted to be working with the Pol Roger Portfolio of family owned wineries.

rob mcfarlane with his bagpipes

Rob Mcfarlane

birds eye view of haggis served on a plate

© Katie Wilson

Tate Britain

Rex Whistler Restaurant

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

25 January 2020 at 18.30–23.00

18.30 Doors Open
18.45 Art Tour
19.30 Dinner